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Implementing Industry 4.0 in Discrete Manufacturing: Options and Drawbacks

ARM, J. ZEZULKA, F. BRADÁČ, Z. MARCOŇ, P. KACZMARCZYK, V. BENEŠL, T.

Original Title

Implementing Industry 4.0 in Discrete Manufacturing: Options and Drawbacks

English Title

Implementing Industry 4.0 in Discrete Manufacturing: Options and Drawbacks

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The Industry 4.0 concept embodies a topic widely discussed during specialized meetings and tutorials. Originally, this approach was interpreted as an attempt to shift industrial processes towards establishing the fully digitized smart factory; at present, however, it already exerts an influence on many other fields and disciplines. In this article, the concept is described from the perspective of discrete manufacturing. The implementation possibilities are outlined, with options such as the Asset Administrative Shell or Consumer-Provider model introduced in greater detail. We also mention some drawbacks to implementing job shop scheduling as provided by the latter option; these disadvantages include, for instance, the deadlock situation. Some methods to solve the problem are demonstrated to facilitate well-balanced presentation. A job shop scheduling algorithm using the AAS is also addressed, and a new evaluation function is proposed.

English abstract

The Industry 4.0 concept embodies a topic widely discussed during specialized meetings and tutorials. Originally, this approach was interpreted as an attempt to shift industrial processes towards establishing the fully digitized smart factory; at present, however, it already exerts an influence on many other fields and disciplines. In this article, the concept is described from the perspective of discrete manufacturing. The implementation possibilities are outlined, with options such as the Asset Administrative Shell or Consumer-Provider model introduced in greater detail. We also mention some drawbacks to implementing job shop scheduling as provided by the latter option; these disadvantages include, for instance, the deadlock situation. Some methods to solve the problem are demonstrated to facilitate well-balanced presentation. A job shop scheduling algorithm using the AAS is also addressed, and a new evaluation function is proposed.

Keywords

Manufacturing plant control, decentralized and distributed control, deadlock

Released

24.05.2018

Pages from

1

Pages to

6

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT148371,
  author="Jakub {Arm} and František {Zezulka} and Zdeněk {Bradáč} and Petr {Marcoň} and Václav {Kaczmarczyk} and Tomáš {Benešl}",
  title="Implementing Industry 4.0 in Discrete Manufacturing: Options and Drawbacks",
  annote="The Industry 4.0 concept embodies a topic widely discussed during specialized meetings and tutorials. Originally, this approach was interpreted as an attempt to shift industrial processes towards establishing the fully digitized smart factory; at present, however, it already exerts an influence on many other fields and disciplines. In this article, the concept is described from the perspective of discrete manufacturing. The implementation possibilities are outlined, with options such as the Asset Administrative Shell or Consumer-Provider model introduced in greater detail. We also mention some drawbacks to implementing job shop scheduling as provided by the latter option; these disadvantages include, for instance, the deadlock situation. Some methods to solve the problem are demonstrated to facilitate well-balanced presentation. A job shop scheduling algorithm using the AAS is also addressed, and a new evaluation function is proposed.",
  booktitle="15th IFAC Conference on Programmable Devices and Embedded Systems - PDeS 2018",
  chapter="148371",
  howpublished="online",
  number="15",
  year="2018",
  month="may",
  pages="1--6",
  type="conference paper"
}